Hotel Americano

Pizarro 764, Trujillo, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Trujillo

Peruvian Claim To Lake Titicaca.

A travel blog entry by quinnyynwa


Donald's original plans for his travels of South America hadn't included Bolivia, and therefore hadn't included the Bolivian side of Lake Titicaca either (good job Sahib persuaded him otherwise). Puno however, was on his original plans and upon arrival we sort of understood why. Again, arriving at nightfall we saw the lights of the city below, but …

Huaca day

A travel blog entry by mrjoe


After Huanchaco, Alicia and I took a bus into the nearby city of Trujillo and decided to stay at the characterful Hotel Americano. This large hotel was rather scruffy but cheap and with enormous rooms. From the grand entrance and lobby we guessed this must have once been an exclusive place to stay but has since fallen into disrepair. From Trujillo …

Nuclear testing zone? No, it's the Chan Chan!

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin


Hola! We arrived in Trujillo by the Exclusiva bus service. Mr H made full use of the facilities by watching "The Wolf of Wall Street", a film which he said was great, but not one to watch with your parents. I fell asleep almost immediately, and so missed out on all the snacks, drinks and films! We arrived at about 7.30 am, to the brand new Terrapuerto bus terminal, which was lovely, but not at all where we expected to arrive. So, we took a taxi into town, to the ...

Discovering Huanchaco

A travel blog entry by mattwfoxworthy


... huge apartments run right into the ocean. I enjoyed the water, as well as the fish here in Huanchaco. Everyday, all day, tortora fishermen roamed the rocky breaks, scrumming fish to sell in the local market and to local restaurants. Cebiche is a staple at almost every restaurant in town ( you can get a dish of local fish cebiche, a main course dish and a gaseosa for anywhere between S10-S35 ~ $3.50USD - $12.50USD). Of all the foods to get sick on, ...

Mud walls and hairless dogs...

A travel blog entry by wildkriv


... Chan Chan is en route to Huanchaco, a detail we were not allowed to forget by the 'combi conductor' as he drummed up business for this quaint fishing village famous for its cigar-shaped boats called caballitos (little horses) which the fishermen use to paddle out beyond the breakers. Had a nice seafood cerviche lunch on the seafront with a few Europeans.

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